We gather to worship. We go out to serve. That’s the rhythm of life at Trinity Episcopal Church.
We WELCOME you to Trinity. We consider ourselves a Church for ALL people and we invite you to worship with us, stay for coffee after the Service and meet some of our parishioners.
On Sunday mornings and most Wednesday evenings, we read from Holy Scripture, hear a sermon, pray for others and ourselves, confess our sins, and, most importantly, share in the bread and wine of Holy Communion, the great sacrament of the Eucharist. All persons, including children, are invited to receive Communion or a Blessing at the Altar. If you have difficulty with steps or walking, please let an usher know, and we will bring Communion to you in your seat. We have gluten-free Communion hosts, so let us know if you need one when you come to the Altar rail.
If you are new to the Episcopal Church, there are racks in front of your seat where you will find the Book of Common Prayer (red) and a Hymnal 1982 (blue), and in your pew you will find another hymnal, Lift Every Voice & Sing (LEV) along with a Bible.
In your bulletin, you will find an insert with the Readings from Holy Scripture assigned for the day. The bulletin gives you page numbers for the prayer book and the hymnals. S-Numbers are “Service Music” found in the first section of the blue hymnal.
We invite all children to participate in worship, and we also have a staffed nursery available during the 10:15 am Service for children under the age of 4 years.
Sunday Christian Education/Formation — On Sunday morning, Trinity provides Christian education for both children and adults. For youngsters three years through six grade, the program is Living the Good News. Grades seven through twelve use a program called Journey to Adulthood. Classes are held from 9 - 10 a.m., both upstairs and on the lower level in the Parish Hall. Ask an usher, the Rector or the Deacon or any parishioner to direct you to the right area.
Each Sunday morning from 9 - 10 a.m. adults are invited to assemble in the St. Hilda room upstairs for the Adult Forum. Adult study topics generally vary by church season. The topics and schedule are available on the Education page.
Coffee, tea or hot chocolate are available…….